But equity in online learning is more than simply making sure students have decent technology and fast internet. Every student — not just the marginalized and disenfranchised — needs sound course design, sufficient student support and testing programs that make sense and protect integrity…Read full article here.
As someone who has taught both online and in-person classes for over two decades and across different institutions, it is easy to explain, for example, that learning online (asynchronous) or remote (synchronous) is different, not necessarily less than. Done well, online and remote learning can not only measure up but offer some real and significant advantages to on-campus study….Read full article here.
…Like most companies adapting to a post-COVID way of life, Nepris’ transition to this “new normal” required quick action. Though Nepris has always delivered industry connections virtually to classrooms, the team transformed their educational platform to support remote learning, train teachers for this new medium, and allow students to explore career-focused video content at their own pace, and oftentimes, from home…Read full article here.
So how common is cheating in universities? Previous studies suggest that a majority of students have consciously broken the rules at one time or another, with self-reported cheating ranging between 50 per cent and 70 per cent. Nearly 40 per cent of students report having used the […]
…The widespread pivot of online learning prompted ProctorU to rapidly expand to meet demand needs. “In the middle of the COVID era, we had about 10 years of growth in five months,” says Morgan. “Prior to COVID, we had about 300 proctors. Now we have over 1,000.”…Read full article here.
Turnitin has introduced an enhanced academic integrity solution with new features to help detect unoriginal coursework. Turnitin Originality combines traditional text similarity checking with technology designed to identify contract cheating….Read full article here.